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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Prem Ranganath, VP, Quality

Trilliant Networks

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About

Prem Ranganath is the VP for Quality at Trilliant Networks, where he is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive quality and risk management strategy for solution engineering covering people, process, tools, and an enabling culture. In his role, Prem and his team provide assurance that execution of the strategy leads to high-quality and secure outcomes on Smart Grid, Smart City, and IIoT applications. To empower Trilliant’s customers by connecting the world of things, he applies a comprehensive framework to deliver solutions that are resilient and provide an awesome customer experience. Prem enjoys working with teams to solve problems, continuously learn, and experiment.

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SPEAKER PRESENTATION

Assuring Quality of Smart City and IIoT Systems: CMMI, COBIT and NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

As the big push continues towards connected devices in cars, homes and across services provided by municipalities and cities, the focus of quality shifts to a new realm. While systems enabling smart city features and supporting connected devices may not fit into the traditional definition of 'life threatening', today's reality changes that completely. The impact of failure points on systems supporting water supply, energy management, waste disposal and healthcare emergency management fall squarely into the realm of high-risk/high impact systems. Planning for quality, security and resilience of these systems requires a concerted approach - a harmonized reference model can enable this change.

Assuring Quality of Smart City and IIoT Systems: CMMI, COBIT and NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

As the big push continues towards connected devices in cars, homes and across services provided by municipalities and cities, the focus of quality shifts to a new realm. While systems enabling smart city features and supporting connected devices may not fit into the traditional definition of 'life threatening', today's reality changes that completely. The impact of failure points on systems supporting water supply, energy management, waste disposal and healthcare emergency management fall squarely into the realm of high-risk/high impact systems. Planning for quality, security and resilience of these systems requires a concerted approach - a harmonized reference model can enable this change.